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Sunil Buch elevated to CEO, ZEE LIVE & ZEE Talent

25-April-2017
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Sunil Buch elevated to CEO, ZEE LIVE & ZEE Talent

Sunil Buch, Chief Business Officer, Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited (ZEEL), has been elevated to the role of CEO, ZEE LIVE and ZEE Talent. He also oversees Corporate Brand & Communications.

ZEE Talent is the vertical at ZEE Entertainment, which identifies, nurtures, and presents aspiring and talented individuals. It aims to be a seamless extension to the spirit of discovering, nurturing and providing a right stage for the country's immense talent.

 Buch joined ZEEL as Chief Business Officer in November 2014, wherein he was responsible for business deliverables critical to the organization via effective and quick implementation of prioritized strategic initiatives across the organization.  

Buch has over two decades of well-rounded experience in Functional & General Management across various sectors including FMCG, Advertising, Media & Entertainment and Telecom Retail. Prior to joining ZEE, he was the Business Head – Reliance Own Retail at Reliance Communications. He has also held leadership positions at Colgate – Palmolive, Johnson & Johnson, Leo Burnett and Marico and has created profitable brand-led businesses via thought leadership, entrepreneurial problem solving, creative strategy and execution.

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